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Vocabulary Workshop First Course - Lesson 2
ally
avert
destiny
fascinate
to unite persons or groups
to turn away
inevitable order of events
to put under spell
ally
to unite persons or groups
avert
to turn away
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2
pauper
excerpt
analogy
ethical
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
pauper
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
excerpt
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
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vocabulary workshop third course lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
adj. aggressive;warlike
n. destruction; devastation
v. To move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
belligerent
adj. aggressive;warlike
havoc
n. destruction; devastation
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Vocabulary Workshop 3rd Course L2
eradicate
meander
havoc
dexterity
eliminate
wander
destruction
skillfullness
eradicate
eliminate
meander
wander
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vocabulary workshop fifth course lesson 1+2
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
Ferocity
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to speculate, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
The quality or state of being fierce, savage, or relentless
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to speculate, to guess
Despicable
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2
pauper
excerpt
analogy
ethical
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
pauper
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
excerpt
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
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Vocabulary Workshop third course lessons 1&2
extremity
epic
replenish
negotiate
the farthest or outermost point or part; the greatest degree;…
long heroic poem, novel, or similar work of art (celebrating…
to refill or resupply; restore; nourish
to settle by discussing; to arrange an agreement
extremity
the farthest or outermost point or part; the greatest degree;…
epic
long heroic poem, novel, or similar work of art (celebrating…
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Vocabulary Workshop First Course 2
Conform
Conspire
Contemplate
Contraband
To follow
Plot
To think about
Smuggled
Conform
To follow
Conspire
Plot
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2 NEW
pauper
excerpt
analogy
ethical
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
pauper
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
excerpt
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
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Vocabulary Workshop Second Course - Lesson 2
abuse
bewilder
barbarism
baffle
v. to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; n. a…
v. to confuse terribly; to puzzle
n. uncivilized, brutal behavior; cruelty; a nonstandard word…
v. to perplex; to frustrate, hinder, or interfere with
abuse
v. to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; n. a…
bewilder
v. to confuse terribly; to puzzle
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Vocabulary workshop - introductory course - lesson 2
Astonish
Legend
Interview
Unexpectedly
to amaze; to surprize
a popular story or a myth handed down for generations; a pers…
a face to face meeting for evaluating or questioning; to meet…
suddenly; in an unannounced way; in a way not known before
Astonish
to amaze; to surprize
Legend
a popular story or a myth handed down for generations; a pers…
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Holt Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2
Pauper
Excerpt
Analogy
PEthical
n.a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon pu…
n.a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece o…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
Pauper
n.a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon pu…
Excerpt
n.a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece o…
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vocabulary workshop third course lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
adj. aggressive;warlike
n. destruction; devastation
v. To move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
belligerent
adj. aggressive;warlike
havoc
n. destruction; devastation
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Vocabulary Workshop Second Course - Lesson 2
abuse
baffle
barbarism
bewilder
to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; a misuse…
to confuse terribly; to puzzle
uncivilized, brutal behavior; cruelty; a nonstandard word or…
to perplex; to frustrate, hinder, or interfere with
abuse
to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; a misuse…
baffle
to confuse terribly; to puzzle
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vocabulary workshop first course lesson 2
ally
avert
destiny
facinate
to unite persons or groups
to turn away
inevitable order of events
to put under spell
ally
to unite persons or groups
avert
to turn away
10 terms
Holt Vocabulary Workshop - fifth course - Lesson 2
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
Ferocity
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
The quality or state of being fierce, savage, or relentless
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Despicable
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
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Vocabulary Workshop fifth Course lesson 2
Allegory
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
Allegory
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
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Holt Vocabulary Workshop Fifth Course Lesson 2
Allegory
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
Allegory
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Vocabulary Workshop First Course - Lesson 2
ally
avert
destiny
fascinate
to unite persons or groups
to turn away
inevitable order of events
to put under spell
ally
to unite persons or groups
avert
to turn away
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course Lesson 2
Euphemism... You might say that Wollstone…
Nebulous... Even if her overall plans for…
Abject... Wollstonecraft's father made th…
Propriety... Wollstonecraft's early home…
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
Adj. hopelessly low; wretched miserable; without self respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism... You might say that Wollstone…
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous... Even if her overall plans for…
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
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Holt Vocabulary Workshop - fifth course - Lesson 2
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
Ferocity
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
The quality or state of being fierce, savage, or relentless
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Despicable
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
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Vocabulary Workshop First Course Lesson 2
luminous
fascinate
ally
fugitive
giving light; glowing in the dark; easily understood
to put under a spell;to bewitch; to hold motionless; to charm…
to unite persons or groups; a country, person, or group joine…
fleeing from danger, justice, and so on; fleeting; a person w…
luminous
giving light; glowing in the dark; easily understood
fascinate
to put under a spell;to bewitch; to hold motionless; to charm…
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 1 & 2
Fortitude
Condescend
Evolve
Notoriety
n. patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
v. to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
v. to develop gradually by process of growth and change
n. fame, usually in an unfavorable sense
Fortitude
n. patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
Condescend
v. to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
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Vocabulary Workshop First Course - Lesson 2
ally
avert
destiny
fascinate
to unite persons or groups
to turn away
inevitable order of events
to put under spell
ally
to unite persons or groups
avert
to turn away
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course: Lesson 2
Euphemism
Nebulous
Abject
Propriety
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
adj. hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
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Vocabulary Workshop, 4th Course, Lesson 2
analogy
antiquity
electorate
ethical
A comparison that points out similarities between two dissimi…
An old object; the state of being very old or ancient
All persons having the right to vote
Having to do with morals, values, right and wrong
analogy
A comparison that points out similarities between two dissimi…
antiquity
An old object; the state of being very old or ancient
vocabulary workshop third course lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
adj. aggressive;warlike
n. destruction; devastation
v. To move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
belligerent
adj. aggressive;warlike
havoc
n. destruction; devastation
10 terms
Holt Vocabulary Workshop - fifth course - Lesson 2
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
Ferocity
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to speculate, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
The quality or state of being fierce, savage, or relentless
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to speculate, to guess
Despicable
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop third course lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
aggressive; warlike
destruction; devastation
to move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without direc…
belligerent
aggressive; warlike
havoc
destruction; devastation
10 terms
Holt Vocabulary Workshop Third Course Lesson 2
Fortitude
Condescend
Evolve
Notoriety
n.patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;en…
v.to stoop something you think is unworthy of you
v.to develop gradually by process of growth and change
n.fame, usually in an unfavorable sense
Fortitude
n.patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;en…
Condescend
v.to stoop something you think is unworthy of you
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Vocabulary Workshop, 4th Course, Lesson 2 (Holt, Rinehart & Winston)
analogy
antiquity
electorate
ethical
A comparison that points out similarities between two dissimi…
An old object; the state of being very old or ancient
All persons having the right to vote
Having to do with morals, values, right and wrong
analogy
A comparison that points out similarities between two dissimi…
antiquity
An old object; the state of being very old or ancient
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course Units 1 and 2
Banal
Bellicose
Finesse
Glib
adj, commonplace; trite; stale from overuse
adj, quarrelsome; hostile; inclined to fighting
n, v, delicate skill; subtlety; to bring about with skill; to…
adj, done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speakin…
Banal
adj, commonplace; trite; stale from overuse
Bellicose
adj, quarrelsome; hostile; inclined to fighting
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2
pauper
excerpt
analogy
ethical
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
pauper
n. a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon p…
excerpt
n. a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece…
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 1-2
acquital
assert
condescend
contemptuous
n. a setting free by judgement of a court; a release from a d…
v. to express or state positively; to defend or claim (one's…
v. to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
adj. showing or feeling scorn
acquital
n. a setting free by judgement of a court; a release from a d…
assert
v. to express or state positively; to defend or claim (one's…
10 terms
vocabulary workshop third course lesson 2
belligerent
havoc
recede
meander
adj. aggressive;warlike
n. destruction; devastation
v. To move back; to move away; to lessen or fade
v. to follow a twisting, turning course; to wander without di…
belligerent
adj. aggressive;warlike
havoc
n. destruction; devastation
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course Lesson 1 & 2
Euphemism
Nebulous
Abject
Propriety
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
Adj. hopelessly low; wretched miserable; without self respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course Units 1 and 2
glibly
lugubrious
finesse
nemesis
done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking too…
sad or mournful, often to an exaggerated degree; doleful
delicate skill; subtlety; to bring about with skill; to evade
an avenger; an unbeatable rival; a person who punishes anothe…
glibly
done in a smooth, offhand manner; easily spoken; speaking too…
lugubrious
sad or mournful, often to an exaggerated degree; doleful
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course: Lesson 2
Euphemism
Nebulous
Abject
Propriety
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
adj. hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
Vocabulary workshop 5th course lessons 1 & 2
accentuate
ambiguous
comprehensive
felicitous
to emphasize; heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark wi…
having more then one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
of wide scope; inclusive; thorough
well chosen for the occasion; appropriate; apt; having an agr…
accentuate
to emphasize; heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark wi…
ambiguous
having more then one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
10 terms
Holt Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 2
Pauper
Excerpt
Analogy
Ethical
n.a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon pu…
n.a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece o…
n. a likeness between different things; a similarity; a compa…
adj. pertaining to right and wrong; conforming to certain rul…
Pauper
n.a person who is very poor, especially one dependent upon pu…
Excerpt
n.a selected passage or scene from a literary work or piece o…
16 terms
Vocabulary workshop third course lesson 1 and 2
Belligerent
Dexterity
Eradicate
Fervent
...
...
...
...
Belligerent
...
Dexterity
...
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course: Lesson 2
Euphemism
Nebulous
Abject
Propriety
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
adj. hopelessly low; wretched; miserable; without self-respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous
adj. hazy; vague; not clearly defined
Vocabulary Workshop Fifth Course Chapters 1-2
accentuate
ambiguous
comprehensive
felicitous
to emphasize; to heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark…
having more than one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
of wide scope; inclusive; thorough
well chosen for the occasion; appropriate; apt; having an agr…
accentuate
to emphasize; to heighten the effect of; to pronounce or mark…
ambiguous
having more than one possible meaning; uncertain; vague or un…
20 terms
Vocabulary workshop lesson 1&2 fourth course
Fortitude
Condescend
Evolve
Noteriety
N. Patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
V.to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
V.to develop gradually by ... Recess of growth and change
N. Fame, usually Ina favorable sense
Fortitude
N. Patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
Condescend
V.to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
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Vocabulary Workshop Second Course - Lesson 2
abuse
baffle
barbarism
bewilder
to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; a misuse…
to confuse terribly; to puzzle
uncivilized, brutal behavior; cruelty; a nonstandard word or…
to perplex; to frustrate, hinder, or interfere with
abuse
to misuse; to injure or damage through maltreatment; a misuse…
baffle
to confuse terribly; to puzzle
10 terms
Holt Vocabulary Workshop Fifth Course Lesson 2
Allegory
Conjecture
Despicable
Dissolute
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
Contemptible, deserving of scorn, vile
Lacking moral restraint, very wicked, immoral, undisciplined
Allegory
A symbolic story in which people, settings, or actions repres…
Conjecture
An opinion without proof, guesswork, to specualte, to guess
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 1 and 2
acquittal
assert
condescend
contemptuous
(n.) a setting free by judgement of a court; a release from a…
(v.) to express or state positively; to defend or claim
(v.) to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
(adj.) showing or feeling scorn
acquittal
(n.) a setting free by judgement of a court; a release from a…
assert
(v.) to express or state positively; to defend or claim
20 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 1 & 2
Fortitude
Condescend
Evolve
Notoriety
patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength; end…
to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
to develop gradually by process of growth and change
fame, usually in an unfavorable sense
Fortitude
patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength; end…
Condescend
to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
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Vocabulary Workshop Fourth Course Lesson 1 & 2
Fortitude
Condescended
Evolved
Elite
n. patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
v. to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
v. to develop gradually by process of growth and change
adj. of or suitable for a select group; n. a group or part of…
Fortitude
n. patient courage in facing pain or danger; moral strength;…
Condescended
v. to stoop to do something you think is unworthy of you
10 terms
Vocabulary Workshop Sixth Course Lesson 2
Euphemism
Nebulous
Abject
Propriety
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
Adj. hopelessly low; wretched miserable; without self respect
n. acceptable behavior; conformity with conventional standards
Euphemism
n. a mild expression used in place of a harsh, crude, or dist…
Nebulous
adj.hazy; vague; not clearly defined
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